Thursday, March 5, 2009

Arsenic and Old Paint -- the Fourth in the Series!

I'm so excited to announce that the fourth book in the Art Lover's Mystery series, Arsenic and Old Paint, will be published in 2010 by Perseverance Press. I know 2010 seems like a long time from now, but after all, we have to finish writing the book, and then our wonderful new publisher has to do all their publishing magic!

Arsenic and Old Paint
finds Annie Kincaid on the trail of a forged, and stolen, piece of erotica that turns up at auction, and may have been used in an insurance scam. She winds up working in an exclusive men's club on Nob Hill, investigating tunnels under Chinatown, and tracking down a stolen 600-pound statue of Hermes with the dubious assistance of her new business partner, Michael-the-ex-art-thief, and her landlord Frank DeBenton-- who may hiding something from his own past.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

If 'Secondhand Spirits" and "If Walls Could Talk" come out in 2009, waiting until 2010 for a new Annie Kincaid will be a piece of cake ! I'm just glad you found a publisher for book 4. See you at a book signing, Brian Brady.

Anne said...

Yay! I can't wait!!!

Anne

pruter said...

Great news. Can't wait.
Margaret Franson

Anonymous said...

I am thrilled. Keep writing!

Bear Chick said...

So glad to hear we'll be getting another Annie soon. Well, not soon... But there's light at the end of the book tunnel!

Jill said...

I love your Art Lover's series and recommend the books to all my friends. I cannot wait until Arsenic and Old Paint is released!

Thanks,
Jill

Elizabeth Varadan aka Mrs. Seraphina said...

I'm glad there is a fourth book coming, because I really enjoy this series. I'm also happy to learn of the new series that is beginning. I'll be looking forward to both new books!

lilibon said...

I am so pleased to see another book coming out! i've so enjoyed the other ones and still believe they would make excellent movies!

Hailey.Juliet said...

I agree about the movies...wouldn't it be fun to see all the art --and the forgery techniques-- up on the screen? I wonder who would play Michael...? Or Frank for that matter...?